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If your significant other recently underwent a stress test which indicated a possible blockage would you continue to engage in sexual activities?


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      Angelcart wrote May 8, 2009
    • I would ask the Dr. if it would be okay.  Can they also confirm the blockage?  Mistic I hope it’s not your fiance.

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      Polly W wrote May 8, 2009
    • That is a question I would ask his cardiologist, in addition to what can be done medically via medication, diet, or surgical options. If there is a surgical option and he is otherwise healthy-I would take that route, and you can better beleive he would be on a strict diet thereafter.

      Many people truly think that diet doesn’t matter—my father was a great example of how it really DOES matter. He had a quadruple bypass at the age of 70. This man was not healthy by any measurement, but he made it through the open heart surgery, left the hospital in 7 days, exercised every single day after that, did not smoke, consume alcohol, or eat anything unhealthy after that.  

      He never did have any other cardiac blockages—which is very rare and can be credited to his diet and exercise. He lived much longer than any of us expected him to—in essence, he died of old age—not a heart attack. Diet matters -

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      Safari wrote May 8, 2009
    • Try more than one Dr opinion. Keep eating well, go out for short walks, enjoy watching comedies movies or tv show. I’m not a Doctor but mom and my older brother have high cholesterol they are on meds and also eating nuts are helping them dropping it, also oatmeal shake.
      You both are on my thoughts and prayers and, I invite you both to watch the full moon tonight from your place holding hands.
      Kiss, Kiss.

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